Looking back at the various stages of Islamic historical development, AbuSulayman puts forward a thesis that focuses on the recovery of what is termed the Quranic worldview.
Our faith will only be complete when we have become utterly sincere in our love for God, a love expressed in love for goodness and truth in this world. It was the strict internalization of this perspective and close adherence to the principles of the Quran that played a key factor in galvanizing the devout and intensely God-conscious followers of fledgling Islam to achieve the successes that they once did. The rebirth of the Islamic identity through this Qur'anic worldview is the key requirement of our times and a prerequisite for any future healthy and viable development of Muslim societies.
This book covers:
- The Qur'anic Worldview and Human Culture: what is it, how did the Prophet's companions see this view, how did this view become distorted, the conflict between revelation and reason, and that the Quranic worldview is one of world peace.
- The Principles Embodied in the Qur'anic worldview: monotheism, justice, moderation, freedom, responsibility, morality, purposefulness, mutual consultation, globalism, peace
- The Foundations, Starting Point and Inspiration for Reform and Construction
- The Islamic Worldview and Humanitarian Ethical Concepts
Publisher: IIIT (the International Institute for Islamic Thought)
Dimensions: 16 x 23 x 1.3cm